[CLOSED] Talay Kata

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181 Orchard Road
#08-04/05 Orchard Central
Singapore 238896

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Price a bit expensive and not much variety. They serve a 1 time crayfish. Their salted egg soup is very salty. The fun part is that you get to experience to make your own waffle.

At first, It was quite disappointing because I tried their new beef soup base but it taste bad. For the meat, The prawns’ size is quite big (unlike other buffets whereby they serve you smaller size of prawns). The beef is soft and juicy, but it became very small piece after it cooked. The variety of the food overall is acceptable. There is a waffle machine for you to make pandan flavoured waffles. It is one of the most affordable buffet in town (around $30/pax). If you are on Budget and want to eat a big feast, you can give a try for this mootaka buffet in air-con area.

😍 Their variety is pretty good for a mookata buffet place 👍🏻 With a good selection of meat, seafood and cooked food. We especially enjoyed their tom yam fried chicken and green curry fish. Even had a mini dessert bar and DIY waffle which i was too full to have😂

The buffet ($35.80++) comes with free flow of seafood, marinated meat, cooked food and desserts. Pay additional $2.99 (before gst) to get free flow drinks. You can choose from 6 types of soup base; chicken, tomyum, salted egg, bonito, duck and beef.

The smoked duck and slipper lobsters are very good!! But do note that the lobster is only 1 time serving😟

Overall i feel that the mookata is just average, taking into consideration the price of the buffet. Unless you are a big seafood eater.

P/S: Also available at Burpple Beyond.

Bring friends who are down for some mookata loving at this Orchard Central spot! The buffet (from $29.80) features freshly marinated meats and interesting soup bases (salted egg yolk soup, anyone?) that hit the spot. Don't forget to make space for the show-stealing desserts, such as the DIY pandan waffles and mango sticky rice.
Photo by Burppler Clara Bean


For mookata that hits the sweet spot, try the Buffet (from $29.80) here. It comes with your standard marinated meats, and you can get the salted egg soup for a change from your usual tom yum and chicken soups. Desserts steal the show— think do-it-yourself pandan waffles, mango sticky rice and more.
Enjoy 1-for-1 here with Burpple Beyond!
Photo by Burppler Caroline Ng